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Tamales at Loteria Grill

Ten Places in Los Angeles to Buy Tamales for the Holidays

12/01/2016

Karen Young

Founded by Chef Pascal Dropsy in 1994, Corn Maiden serves and sells nearly 30 varieties of lard-free, handmade tamales with no preservatives at farmers markets across L.A. County—from Pacific Palisades to Pasadena. Traditional ingredients combine with the more exotic, such as smoked Gouda, wild mushrooms, spaghetti squash, and red port wine. Dessert tamales include one with Belgian chocolate, raspberries and caramelized walnuts. Tamales wrapped in cornhusks are available in two sizes, run $19 to $28.50 a dozen, and can be kept for six months in the freezer.

For a list of products and farmers market locations, visit cornmaidenfoods.com. Call Alex at 310-560-0949 to order tamales for pick up at your local market.

Soon Tofu at BCD Tofu House

The Guide to Late Night Dining in Los Angeles

11/17/2016

Esther Tseng

There’s late night eats, and then there’s 24-hour eats. The Original Pantry Cafe in Downtown L.A. qualifies for both, offering up a really great buttered toast as well as top-notch omelettes, steaks and burgers. The service is fast and friendly - something they’ve perfected since opening in 1924. Don’t forget to pay at the register with cash when you’re done.

Open 24 hours
877 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90017 

California Avocado Recipes by Top Los Angeles Chefs

07/06/2016

dine L.A.

The versatile California Avocado – is there anything you can’t make with them? Some of L.A.’s greatest chefs will show off their culinary skills with this fantastic local fruit by creating special dishes for you to enjoy during dineL.A. Restaurant Week.

Prime rib dinner with mashed potatoes and creamed spinach

14 Juicy Facts About Lawry's the Prime Rib

04/25/2016

Elina Shatkin

Do one thing and do it well. That's the guiding principle at Lawry's The Prime Rib. You can probably guess by the restaurant's name what that thing is: beef. Huge, honking, slabs of the stuff, cut to order at your table, drizzled with au jus and served with crisp Yorkshire pudding.

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